List of Figures
Figure 1: Mena installed total capacity (GW), 2010-25
Figure 2: Mena power capacity by country (MW), 2017-25
Figure 3: Mena power capacity by fuel type for selected countries (MW), 2025
Figure 4: Mena renewable power capacity by type for selected countries (MW), 2010-25
Figure 5: Mena renewable share in total capacity (per cent), 2017 and 2025
Figure 6: Mena solar power capacity for selected countries (MW), 2010-25
Figure 7: Mena nuclear power capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 8: Mena power contracts by country, stage and value ($m), 2018-25
Figure 9: Mena power contracts by country, stage and capacity (MW), 2018-25
Figure 10: Mena leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Figure 11: Algeria’s Sonelgaz group companies
Figure 12: Algeria installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-2025
Figure 13: Algeria installed total capacity by fuel type (per cent), 2015-2020 (Phase 1)
Figure 14: Algeria installed total capacity by fuel type (per cent), 2021-2030 (Phase 2)
Figure 15: Algeria electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 16: Algeria power demand (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 17: Algeria’s length of transmission network (km), 2004-2016
Figure 18: Algeria’s length of distribution network (km), 2010-2016
Figure 19: Bahrain installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 20: Bahrain electricity generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 21: Bahrain power supply by source, 2017 (per cent)
Figure 22: Bahrain peak demand (MW), 2010-20
Figure 23: Bahrain peak demand growth (per cent), 2010-20
Figure 24: Bahrain electricity consumption by sector 2017 (per cent)
Figure 25: Structure of the Egyptian electricity sector
Figure 26: Egypt installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-2025
Figure 27: Egypt electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 28: Egypt power demand, 2010-25 (GWh)
Figure 29: Egypt electricity consumption by end-user, 2015-16
Figure 30: Distribution of transformer capacities for MV&LV (Thousand MVA), 2009/10-2015/16
Figure 31: Iran installed total capacity (MW), 2010-2025
Figure 32: Iran electricity generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 33: Iran power demand (TWh), 2010-25
Figure 34: Iran electricity exports and imports (TWh)
Figure 35: Iraq power sector capital expenditure requirement, 2012-30 ($bn)
Figure 36: Iraq installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-2025
Figure 37: Iraqelectricity generation by fuel type (MW), 2010-25
Figure 38: Iraq power demand (TWh), 2010-2025
Figure 39: Iraq power consumption by sector, 2017 (per cent)
Figure 40: Jordan’s installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 41: Location of CEGCO power plants in Jordan
Figure 42: Jordan power generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 43: Jordan peak demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 44: Jordan peak demand (per cent), 2010-25
Figure 45: Jordan power consumption by sector, 2016 (per cent)
Figure 46: Kuwait installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 47: Kuwait power generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 48: Kuwait peak power demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 49: Kuwait peak power demand growth (per cent), 2010-25
Figure 50: Kuwait power consumption by sector (per cent), 2017
Figure 51: Libya installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 52: Libya installed capacity by fuel type (MW), 2016
Figure 53: Libya electricity generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 54: Libya electricity generation by fuel type, 2017 (per cent)
Figure 55: Libya peak power demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 56: Libya peak power demand growth, 2010-25 (per cent)
Figure 57: Libya Electricity consumption by sector, 2016 (per cent)
Figure 58: Morocco installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-2025
Figure 59: Morocco electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-2025
Figure 60: Morocco power demand (TWh), 2010-2025
Figure 61: Morocco power consumption by sector, 2016 (per cent)
Figure 62: Oman installed total capacity* (MW), 2010-25
Figure 63: Oman electricity generation, 2011-25 (GWh)
Figure 64: Oman peak power demand*, 2010-23 (MW)
Figure 65: Peak and average power demand in MIS (MW), 2010-23
Figure 66: Peak and average power demand in Dhofar (MW), 2010-23
Figure 67: Peak power demand in Duqm (MW), 2016-23
Figure 68: Oman peak power demand in Musandam (MW), 2016-23
Figure 69: Qatar installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-25
Figure 70: Qatar electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-2025
Figure 71: Qatar peak power demand, 2010-25 (MW)
Figure 72: Qatar peak power demand growth, 2010-25 (per cent)
Figure 73: Qatar power consumption by sector, 2016 (TWh)
Figure 74: Saudi Arabia installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-25
Figure 75: Saudi Arabia electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 76: Saudi Arabia peak power demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 77: Saudi Arabia peak power demand growth (per cent), 2010-25
Figure 78: Saudi Arabia power consumption by sector (per cent), 2016
Figure 79: Tunisia installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 80: Tunisia’s selected upcoming renewable energy projects
Figure 81: Tunisia electricity generation (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 82: Tunisia peak power demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 83: Tunisia peak power demand growth (per cent), 2010-25
Figure 84: Tunisia electricity consumption by sector (per cent), 2016
Figure 85: UAE’s energy mix by 2050
Figure 86: UAE installed total capacity by fuel type (MW), 2010-25 (MW)
Figure 87: UAE electricity generation by fuel type (GWh), 2010-25
Figure 88: Abu Dhabi installed total capacity (MW), 2010-16
Figure 89: Abu Dhabi power generation (GWh), 2010-16
Figure 90: ADWEC’s peak power demand (MW), 2010-25
Figure 91: ADWEC’s peak power demand growth ( per cent), 2010-25
Figure 92: ADWEA’s electricity exports at peak time (MW)
Figure 93: Abu Dhabi power consumption by sector, 2016 (per cent)
Figure 94: Dubai installed total capacity (MW), 2010-25
Figure 95: Dubai peak power demand (MW), 2010-17
Figure 96: Dubai power consumption by sector, 2017 (per cent)
Figure 97: FEWA’s peak power imports from Abu Dhabi (MW), 2010-16
Figure 98: SEWA peak power demand growth (per cent), 2010-16
Figure 99: SEWA’s peak power imports from Abu Dhabi, 2010-16


List of Tables
Table 1: Mena upcoming independent power projects by value ($m), 2018-25
Table 2: Mena power contracts by country ($m), 2018-25
Table 3: Mena upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 4: Mena top 10 upcoming private power projects by value, 2018-25
Table 5: Mena top 10 upcoming renewable energy projects by value, 2018-25
Table 6: Mena top 10 upcoming alternative energy projects by value, 2018-25
Table 7: Mena top 10 upcoming transmission & distribution projects by value, 2018-25
Table 8: Mena leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 9: Algeria power sector key facts, 2017
Table 10: Algeria planned capacity increases by fuel type (MW), 2015-30
Table 11: Algeria existing power generation projects by value, 2017
Table 12: Algeria upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-20
Table 13: Algeria upcoming transmission projects by value, 2018-20
Table 14: Algeria leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 15: Bahrain power sector key facts, 2017
Table 16: Bahrain average power generation by station, 2017 (GWh)
Table 17: Number of transmission substations in Bahrain, 2007-17
Table 18: Growth of transmission circuit bays in Bahrain, 2003-12
Table 19: Packages under 220kV & 66kV transmission development, Bahrain (2012-16)
Table 20: Bahrain upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 21: Bahrain upcoming transmission projects by value, 2018-20
Table 22: Bahrain leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 23: Egypt power sector key facts, 2017
Table 24: Egypt Energy strategy, 2022
Table 25: Egypt contribution of renewables to total energy mix by 2022
Table 26: NREA planned EPC renewable projects up to 2024 in Egypt .
Table 27: EETC planned BOO renewables projects up to 2022 in Egypt
Table 28: Egyptian planned merchant IPP renewables projects up to 2022
Table 29: Egyptian planned FIT renewables programme up to 2022
Table 30: Numbers of Transformers in Egypt, 2016
Table 31: Total length of transmission lines and cables, 2016
Table 32: Egypt distribution lines and cables (thousand kilometers), 2010/11-2015/16
Table 33: Egypt upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 34: Egypt upcoming power transmission projects by value, 2018-25
Table 35: Egypt leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 36: Iran power sector key facts, 2017
Table 37: Iran transmission lines (km), 2008/09-2015/16
Table 38: Iran distribution lines (km), 2008/09-2015/16
Table 39: Iran transmission substation capacity - MVA (2015/16)
Table 40: Iran distribution losses (TWh), 2008/09-2015/16
Table 41: Iran power sector investment requirement, 2018-22
Table 42: Iran upcoming power generation projects by net project value, 2018-20
Table 43: Iran upcoming power transmission projects by net project value, 2018
Table 44: Iran leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 45: Iraq power sector key facts, 2017
Table 46: Iraq existing power generation projects by value, 2017
Table 47: Iraq upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-19
Table 48: Iraq existing power transmission projects by contract value, 2017
Table 49: Iraq leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 50: Jordan power sector key facts, 2017
Table 51: Jordan’s CEGCO installed capacity by plant, 2016
Table 52: SEPCO installed capacity, 2010-16
Table 53: Electricity sales (GWh), 2011-16
Table 54: Transmission lines (km), 2011-16
Table 55: Main substations installed capacity (MVA), 2011-16
Table 56: Electricity imports (GWh), 2010-16
Table 57: Upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-20
Table 58: Upcoming power transmission projects by value, 2018-20
Table 59: Jordan leading contractors by value ($m), 2017 2017
Table 60: Kuwait power sector key facts, 2017
Table 61: Kuwait planned generation capacity additions, 2028-30 (MW)
Table 62: Kuwait upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 63: Kuwait upcoming power transmission projects by value, 2018-25
Table 64: Kuwait leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 65: Libya power sector key facts, 2017
Table 66: Libya renewable energy share of power generation, 2015-25
Table 67: Libya medium-term renewable energy targets, 2016-25
Table 68: Electricity consumption by sector, 2016
Table 69: Libya length of transmission lines (km), 2016
Table 70: Libya’s 400kV network future plan 2015-2030
Table 71: Libya existing power generation projects by value, 2017
Table 72: Existing power transmission projects by contract value
Table 73: Libya leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 74: Morocco power sector key facts, 2017
Table 75: Morocco’s high-voltage transmission network, 2011-16 (km)
Table 76: Morocco existing power generation projects by value, 2017
Table 77: Morocco upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-20
Table 78: Morocco power transmission projects by net project value ($m), 2018-20
Table 79: Morocco leading contractors by value ($m), 2017 2017
Table 80: Oman power sector key facts, 2017
Table 81: Contracted operational power capacity in the MIS
Table 82: Total power generation sources in MIS (MW), 2017-2023
Table 83: Contracted capacity in Dhofar Power System, 2017-23
Table 84: Non-firm & Contingency Reserves, 2017-23
Table 85: Oman upcoming power generation projects by net project value, 2018-25
Table 86: Oman upcoming power transmission projects by net project value, 2018-21
Table 87: Oman leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 88: Qatar power sector key facts, 2017
Table 89: Qatar T&D infrastructure, 2009-16
Table 90: Qatar upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-19
Table 91: Qatar existing power transmission projects by contract value, 2015-17
Table 92: Qatar upcoming transmission projects by value ($m), 2018
Table 93: Qatar leading contractors by value ($m), 2017 2017
Table 94: Saudi Arabia power sector key facts, 2017
Table 95: Saudi Arabia transmission & distribution infrastructure, 2013-16
Table 96: Saudi Arabia number of transmission substations, 2013-16
Table 97: Saudi Arabia upcoming power generation projects by value ($m), 2018-25
Table 98: Saudi Arabia upcoming power transmission projects by value ($m), 2018-25
Table 99: Saudi Arabia leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 100: Tunisia power sector key facts, 2017
Table 101: Tunisia - STEG sales, 2009-16 (GWh)
Table 102: Tunisia 2020: Transmission and distribution strategy
Table 103: Tunisia upcoming power generation projects by net project value, 2018-25
Table 104: Tunisia transmission projects by net project value ($m), 2017
Table 105: Tunisia leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 106: UAE power sector key facts, 2017
Table 107: Abu Dhabi power sector key facts, 2017
Table 108: Abu Dhabi upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 109: Abu Dhabi upcoming power transmission projects by value, 2018
Table 110: Abu Dhabi leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 111: Dubai power sector key facts, 2017
Table 112: Dubai key T&D infrastructure, 2011-17
Table 113: Dubai upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018-25
Table 114: Dubai upcoming power transmission projects by value, 2018-20
Table 115: Dubai leading contractors by value ($m), 2017
Table 116: FEWA total capacity, 2017
Table 117: Northern Emirates upcoming power generation projects by value, 2018 - 2021
Table 118: Northern Emirates upcoming transmission projects by value, 2018-19
Table 119: Northern Emirates leading contractors by value ($m), 2017